Knockout City takes the game of dodgeball and morphs it into a bonafide shooter, and the results are fantastic. Knockout City is proof that there are still very original and very good games being published by EA.
Ghostrunner is a first-person platformer that shows a lot of promise, thanks to its excellent visuals, music, and parkour platforming. Unfortunately, the game stumbles thanks to its repetitive levels and clunky combat.
Amnesia: Rebirth is a standalone Amnesia game from the horror masters at Frictional Games, but more importantly, it answers a lot of questions fans might've had after The Dark Descent. However, this journey won't be for everybody.
The hype is very real, and every Star Wars fan with nostalgic memories X-Wing and Tie Fighter games of our youth will get exactly what they hope for here. Unless, of course, what you're hoping for is a compelling campaign mode.
Most detective games over the years have followed the same linear formula. However, with Paradise Killer, that has changed. Thanks to the game's open-ended focus and vaporwave presentation, Paradise Killer stands out among other titles in the genre. Here's our full review.
Crusader Kings III is a game that focuses almost entirely on characters and dynasties. Paradox revamped many of the systems, slapped on a new user interface, added high0resolution graphics, and added some awesome RPG mechanics that makes Crusader Kings III the best in the series by far.
Mortal Shell, the latest Soulslike to hit the market, is more than just an imitation of FromSoftware's iconic ARPG series. Featuring unique mechanics and compelling presentation, it's a title that Souls fans won't want to miss while they wait for Elden Ring. Here's our full review.
Hyper Scape is a free-to-play battle royale that shows lots of promise but falls short on a few key elements that keep it from standing out in the crowd. It has some good ideas but ultimately is not that much fun to play.
Command & Conquer Remastered pays homage to the original games that started the iconic game series on PC. EA brought in talent from Petroglyph Games to work on adding 4K graphics, improved visuals, performance, multiplayer and modding support, as well as keeping the original mechanics and feel. Has it worked?
Paradox Interactive and Colossal Order finally added something I've been waiting for since Cities: Skylines was released in 2016: fishing. Now you can take to the rivers and ship fish across your city whilst enjoying the much-needed service improvements.